Tag Archives: Greenhaven

Notes From The Eagles Nest: Three New Eagle Scouts Honored at Troop 259 Eagle Court of Honor

On Sunday, May 18, 2014, three new Troop 259 Eagle Scouts, Billy T. Hernandez, Robert Shirley and Joseph Krieg, were honored at an Eagle Court of Honor ceremony at Elks Lodge #6 on Riverside Boulevard. They were joined by family,

Pocket youth Austin Updegraff to attend West Point

Pocket youth Austin Updegraff received the principal nomination from Congresswoman Doris Matsui to attend the United States Military Academy, West Point. Departing July 1, his parents, Dennis and Linda Updegraff couldn’t be more proud. In a joint statement sent to

El Faro closes its doors at The Promenade Shopping Center

To much disappointment to regular customers of El Faro Taqueria, the longtime Mexican favorite has closed its doors, at least temporarily, in the Promenade Shopping Center, located on the corner of Rush River and Windbridge drives. As taco lovers came

A dynamo Pocket/Greenhaven couple: Sacramento Kings’ top executive gives wife gift of a lifetime

What do you give to the woman of your dreams on your 11th wedding anniversary? Phillip Horn, a Vice President with the Sacramento Kings basketball team, said it was a no-brainer – he’s giving his wife, Danea, a kidney. This

A dynamo Pocket/Greenhaven Couple: Sacramento Kings Top Executive Gives Wife Gift of a Lifetime

What do you give to the woman of your dreams on your 11th wedding anniversary? Phillip Horn, a Vice President with the Sacramento Kings basketball team, says it was a no-brainer – he’s giving his wife, Danea, a kidney. This

Pocket Parade 2013

Pocket area resident – WW2 veteran turns 90

World War 2 veteran and Pocket resident Richard Moss will turn 90 years old on March 27. He will be honored this month with a resolution from the Sacramento City Council, a recognition certificate from Senator Darrell Steinberg and a

Small But Mighty – Rotary Club of Pocket/Greenhaven Does What it Can to Help and Inspire the Community

Now in its sixth year, the Rotary Club of Pocket/Greenhaven has been doing what it can to help those at home and abroad with projects such as distributing dictionaries to third graders, launching a high school service club, supporting the

Del Dayo and Fulton-El Camino Youth soccer clubs draw hundreds of kids to the sport

Many of us played soccer as youths, whether it was because we showed a genuine interest, a particular knack for the game, or (more likely) our parents just wanted us out of the house in the afternoons. Luckily for local

Caroline Wenzel Students Get Ahead with Reading Partners

A wise man named Dr. Seuss once said, “The more you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.” An organization making sure that children in the Sacramento area have a chance